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Graduate Harp

MU506 and MU606, Harp Performance Seminar and Ensemble. 

Area seminars provide a locus for student and faculty performances, general instruction in instrumental playing, preparation for the profession, work in audition techniques, and guest master classes. In addition, ensemble assignments for harpists are arranged through the seminar. These assignments will involve work with Boston Conservatory ensembles and others in the wider community. Masters and Graduate

Performance Diploma majors in Harp are required to enroll in the seminar during each semester in residence. Students are encouraged to pursue performance opportunities and course instructors may, at their discretion, assign external performance work in the community to individual students as needed to reinforce the course curriculum.

2 hours weekly; 1 credit

MU593 and MU594, Harp Pedagogy 1 and 2. 

The study of principles and practices of music teaching focused on the Harp. The discussion of methods and materials is followed by guided laboratory work with both class and private students. Course instructors may, at their discretion, assign external teaching work in the community to individual students as needed to reinforce the course curriculum/course objectives.

1.5 hours weekly; 1 credit

MU693 and MU694, Harp Pedagogy 3 and 4. 

Advanced study of the principles and practices of music teaching focused on the Harp. The discussion of methods and materials is followed by guided laboratory work with both class and private students. Course instructors may, at their discretion, assign external teaching work in the community to individual students as needed to reinforce the course curriculum/course objectives.

1.5 hours weekly; 1 credit

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